Le Corbusiers Dream?
An excellent example of thoughtful and engaging community theatre, Le Corbusier’s Dream? is accurately described as a ‘play about Carlton in the 60s and Carlton today’.

Brian Lucas takes us on a journey of make-believe myth and political propaganda, in this enrapturing encore season of his solo dance/theatre piece, Underbelly.

Enlightenment is a realistic piece of theatre that hinges on the disappearance of a young Englishman while overseas. In Scene One, we are brought straight to the heart of the parents’ dilemma as, months later, they still live with no news of their son and no closure.

Jeremy Boutsakis
Who could fail to be transformed by thought leader, Jeremy Boutsakis? Of course, the thoughts he'll lead you to, via the garden path, are simultaneously terrifying and hilarious.

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Synthony and Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra

I have seen classic, contemporary and experimental takes on orchestra, as I am sure many others have too – but I doubt many have seen something quite as grandiose and extravagant as the wild ride that Synthony takes you on.

Rainbow’s End | Darlinghurst Theatre Company and Moogahlin Performing Arts

The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow has been a long time coming for the First Nations people of Australia.

Bangalow Music Festival 2019

The Bangalow Music Festival, jewel of the classical music calendar of the Northern Rivers of NSW, has just had its 18th incarnation.

Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts | shake and stir theatre co

Cleverly written and adapted from the Dahl poems, the show was slick and silly, funny and furiously paced throughout.

Let Men Tremble | The Danger Ensemble

Award winning experimental theatre company The Danger Ensemble delivers a challenging and at times confronting work in Let Men Tremble.

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